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Monitoring Powercurve Process server using a wrapper

Question asked by andy.erskine on May 13, 2015
Latest reply on May 14, 2015 by andy.erskine

Trying to Monitor an application that is run with the following settings :

An installer.bat file is then which installs a service ..




# include the core configuration


# additional properties"conf/jetty""E:\\Experian\\PCE_CON_Solution\\key\\security\\truststore-pceasppte"

With the config like this (above) the service starts but when i add my entries (below) then uninstall and re-install the service then the service does not start - unfortunately there are no logs populated giving me an idea whats wrong with my entries which are :\apm\Agent.jar\apm\core\bps_config\IntroscopeAgent.profile


I have tried encapsulating the file names eg "E:\apm\Agent.jar" i have also tried \\ in the file names and also -javaagent=E:\apm\Agent.jar